It’s been quite a while, but at the time I had a few of my nude images removed from Facebook. I had received no notice or indication that my new portfolio of work was in the process of being removed. It was not until I went to my page and saw that they had been removed. I was ****** (just in case the Facebook militia is watching)!
Since that time I have refrained from posting images that had any hint of nudity or even moderately revealing nudity. I have now taken the stance that photographer Renée Jacobs has and have decided to post nude images on Facebook with selective squares and rectangles, as you can see in the composite, below.
As you can see by the image on the left of one of my favorite models, Nyika, it is much too revealing. But rather than utilizing simple black “no-no” bars, I decided to be a bit creative and use selected bars from the same image. I think I can live with this. Or, maybe I should just “erase” the offending parts and forget about being creative
The more I use Facebook, which now is only once or twice a week, the more I am dismayed at its limitations, even though there is a lot to be said about the “community.” I have recently discovered that Facebook only displays a certain amount of your Friends to be “seen” at any given time. I don’t even want to know what I don’t know!
Oh well, not before too long Facebook may become what so many other businesses become once they arrive at the “corporate” level and forget who got them there. Don’t worry, Red Dog will never get to the corporate level or forget you, its ever-faithful readers, even when I am rolling in greenbacks!